Spain, Andalusia, Cordoba, praying hall inside the Mezquita (Mosque cathedral)
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The old Umayyad Mosque from the 8th century is currently The Cathedral of Cordoba. This structure has become one of the main tourist attractions in Europe. Its maze of more than 700 columns, capitals, two-colour arches, multiple chapels and much more are some of the reasons. The Cathedral and many other secrets are revealed each day when the monument is open to amaze and surprise all the visitors. The magic is the protagonist inside the building and the footprints of the different cultures have created a marvellous multicultural mix, the best expression of the Andalusian Art. So now, you only need to know the opening hours. Do not worry. We will help you and we will show you the times and points where you can get the tickets.
From Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 6:00 p.m. uninterruptedly.
Sundays and religious holidays from 9:00 a.m. 10.30 - 2:00 p.m.. to 18.00.
Tickets can be purchased inside the Orange trees Patio on your visit day.
The entrance cost € 8 per person. Tickets for children / from 10 to 14 years cost € 4 and entry for children under 10 years is free.
Even for those who do not care about waking up early, the Mosque-Cathedral will open its doors for free from 8:30 to 9:30.
Luckily for you, your can also visit the Tower Minaret for 2 euros, so that you can know the secret that hides inside.